Profile: Credit Suisse's algo team on automating OTC markets

Automating OTC

jonathan-wykes

Once upon a time, equity trading was a fairly simple matter – stock exchanges were the only pools of liquidity, offering traders and investors a single price. Something similar was true of foreign exchange – a market participant might call a few dealers for a quote, but that was as far as it went. Both markets are almost unrecognisable today. Electronic trading has created a variety of liquidity pools, both private and public – or, in the jargon of the markets, dark and lit. This complexity

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